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Don’t blame Anangu!

By Tjimpuna Ruby Anangu Mayatja Council of Elders

Uluru climb incident yesterday with the 12yo girl her injuries were much worse than what was reported.

She lost her grip on the chain and slipped, fell backwards and rolled 5 to 6 times. The result was she broke or dislocated multiple fingers, lost a tooth, suffered head injuries, a cracked pelvis, a compound fracture in left ankle, and a ‘possible’ broken left collar bone.

Her dad carried her down. The girl was screaming.

Mum (paramedic) and Dad was in shock, to the extent of being unable to even state their names.

Mum and Dad argued over ambulance cover and how much its gonna cost them.

Ambulance radio stated; “Don’t move kid or give her anything. And that they are coming whether Mum and Dad want them or not.”

The parents refused the ambulance. Instead, they put her in their rental and drove like mad to Yulara Clinic.

There is no honour from PARKS AUSTRALIA to Anangu Traditional Owners at the moment. You can even date that back to 1996.

Anangu Nguraritja request two months ago was to have 100 people on climb per hour due to crowding, safety and stress on park ranger doing rock rescues. It was laughed at and ignored.

So if someone dies before next weekend don’t blame Anangu. Blame PARKS AUSTRALIA.

This post was originally published on Tjimpuna’s Facebook page.

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  1. Keitha Granville

    Don’t blame anyone but the parents

  2. RosemaryJ36

    I regret the inability of so many Australians to respect our First Nations. This injured girl should never have been on Uluru and it is truly her parents’ disrespect which is responsible. To put her at even greater risk by refusing the ambulance should leave them open to charges of neglect!

  3. Peter F

    Of course, the tourists’ right to walk all over the rock is FAR more important than any centuries old indigenous beliefs, and if anyone is injured it is, of course the indigenous people’s fault. ( or the ALP’s)

  4. johno

    Very sad behaviour from aussies climbing Uluru, no respect.

  5. Warren Cox

    I think it is fair that all Churches, Cathedrals, public buildings, etc. in Australia be opened to climbers. Be careful out there.

  6. Pete Petrass

    I am actually appalled at the behavior of the parents of the child who was that badly injured. They should be in jail.

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